Federal hate-crime charges, state charges likely in Overland Park shootings

Terri and Jim LaManno planned to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary today.

But on Sunday, as Terri LaManno made her regular weekly visit to see her mother at an Overland Park assisted living center, she was caught in what authorities say was a hate-inspired killing spree that left her and two other people dead.

Though killed outside of Jewish facilities in Overland Park, all three victims were members of Christian denominations, according to their families.

Shortly after the shootings, police arrested a man who has espoused anti-Semitic views for years. State and federal officials are conducting a dual investigation into what they said Monday were, unequivocally, hate crimes.

Frazier Glenn Miller Jr., 73, of Aurora, Mo., also known as Frazier Glenn Cross, could be charged as soon as today in Johnson County District Court, where he probably will face murder counts. District Attorney Steve Howe said information about charges could be released this morning.

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